[ US /ˌaɪˈkɑnɪk/ ]
[ UK /a‍ɪkˈɒnɪk/ ]
  1. relating to or having the characteristics on an icon
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How To Use iconic In A Sentence

  • Here are 10 iconic looks from 90s movies: get ready for crop tops and a lot of frosted makeup.
  • Forgive me sounding preachy but the character in our neighbourhoods, heritage and iconic landscape will be utterly lost.
  • Even today, more than 40 years since it was first cut, it's still one of the most iconic tracks to come out of jazz's cool school.
  • We turned on the television and eventually saw the streaks of meteoritic shuttle that are now as iconic as the Y plume of the Challenger. -
  • Too often, the most famous members of the profession become preoccupied by their own personalities, generating flashy images and huckstering iconic trademarks.
  • Martin Luther King Jr. and Che Guevara had achieved the iconic status of martyrs by this date.
  • In the second show of Nunnnington Hall's spring and summer programme, the iconic photography of British snapper Terry O'Neill will be on view from May 1 to June 25.
  • The VC itself has rightly attained iconic status. Times, Sunday Times
  • Perry Farrell, best known as the frontman for iconic alt-rock act Jane's Addiction, has spent the past three years putting together ‘Ultra Payloaded,’ the debut album from his new musical project, Satellite Party.
  • With elaborate staging, desert locations, and a haunting score, this film etches into memory with iconic power. John Farr: Getting Religion: The Ten Best Films on Faith
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